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D Magazine August 2011

Cover Story

Best of Big D 2011: Food and Drink

The finest meals and beverages that Dallas has to offer.
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Best of Big D 2011: Best of the Burbs

Notable locals share their favorite places outside the big city.
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Best of Big D 2011: Readers’ Choice

This Year 1,252,976 votes were cast in our poll. Thank you to everyone who voted, and congratulations to this year’s winners.
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Business

Need $100 Grand by the End of the Week?

Brad Woy has a proposition to get you some money fast.
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Bristol, Texas: Where the Wine Tastes Like Jolly Ranchers

Just 30 minutes south of Dallas, in a tiny town of 300 souls, the wildflowers run riot. Oh, and don’t miss the sushi.
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Dallas: The City of Light

Photographer Scott Womack captures our nighttime stars.
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Let’s Ditch the Trinity River Toll Road

It’s time to get on with a new plan for the park project we were promised.
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Restaurant Review: Chow Thai

The once-glamorous Addison spot has gone a little bland.
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Restaurant Review: Company Cafe

Gluten-Free gourmet dining, even for those who don’t have celiac disease.
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Restaurant Review: Hibiscus

The Knox-Henderson spot has matured.
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Restaurant Review: Sutra

Chef Vijay Sadhu should give up on the experimentation.
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The Great Dallas Novel

A search for the one great book that explains just exactly who the hell we think we are.
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Nightlife

The Unfamiliar Comforts of the Usual

The bar that convinced folks in Fort Worth to pay “New York prices.”
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Why Homes in the Exurbs Aren’t Built to Last

Does it make any sense to buy a disposable house?
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Why The Texas Rangers Should Move to Dallas

A downtown ballpark with a retractable roof could pay for itself.
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Education

Why UT and A&M Need to Change Their Ways

Texas has two middling public universities. It’s time they reward professors who can actually teach.
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Also in This Issue

Other articles appearing in the August 2011 issue of D Magazine.
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